If you’re a property manager, or you own property that you rent to others, it’s imperative that you ensure that the property you oversee remains free from termites. After all, a termite infestation can be cause for your tenants to leave (which can result in costly vacancies, termite treatment costs, and the cost of placing your tenants in temporary housing if necessary for tenting and fumigation). In addition, termites on your property will inevitably cause damage to the wood structure of the home or condo that you take care of.

And those facts are doubly true for those who own or manage multi-unit properties, where termite colonies are liable to spread and wreak even further havoc on your units. To best ensure that your property is protected, you should schedule routine inspections, you should take preventative measures to keep termites from colonizing on your property, and you should act right away to make sure that your property doesn’t endure substantial damage. Here at Arizona Termite, we can help with all of those measures, so that you can rest assured that your property won’t fall victim to an expensive and damaging termite attack. Let’s delve a bit deeper into the measures that we can take to ensure that your property is termite free, and remains that way.